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Advanced Manufacturing

With its central location within the U.S. and the Americas, Houston is an important industrial base with access to global markets. That access is aided by our world-class infrastructure around two international airports, four deep water seaports, rail lines, and highways that all help companies minimize their transportation and distribution costs domestically and internationally.

 

Boasting one of the largest manufacturing workforces in the country, Houston's skilled workforce includes specialties such as fabricated metal, machinery, and chemical manufacturing. Emerging and growing industries like medical devices, therapeutics, and food and beverage have taken root in the region as well.

Business Climate

As one of the most important industrial bases in the world, Houston has access to many global markets thanks to its central location within the U.S. and the Americas. With over 7,000 manufacturers in the region, Houston produces over $75.1 billion in goods annually and is among the most important globally advanced manufacturing and robotics ecosystems.

#2

U.S. Metro for Manufacturing GDP

28 Million

Consumers Within A 300-Mile Radius

223,000+

Industrial Employment

7,000+

Manufacturing Establishments

$75.1B+

In Goods Produced Annually

As the 6th largest industrial market in the nation, the region has seen significant increases in the construction of large-scale, industrial properties to accommodate the growth of national fulfillment and regional distribution companies. Houston’s world-class infrastructure and capacity as a logistics hub allows companies to minimize their transportation and distribution costs in North America and beyond.

Notable Employers
Industry Partners
1 in 3

Nearly 1 in 3 manufacturers in Texas call Houston home

Total Nonfarm Employment has increased by 443,000 in the last decade
443,000
Manufacturing Employment
213,100+

Houston has one of the largest manufacturing workforces in the country

Manufacturing & Logistics Committee

The Greater Houston Partnership's Manufacturing & Logistics Committee works to spur and support the regional growth and development of Houston's manufacturing and logistics industry sectors and to boost the region’s competitiveness as a global hub.

Working closely with the Partnership's economic development team, the Manufacturing & Logistics Committee provides business intelligence, business recruitment assistance, marketing and outreach activities for members.

Contact Valerie Mathieu to learn more.

Advanced Manufacturing by Toshiba

Need more information about Houston's Advanced Manufacturing industry? Your dedicated team member can help:

  • Assist in site selection analysis
  • Assist in evaluating and applying for incentives
  • Aid in the permitting process
  • Provide data on key business facilities
  • Facilitate and foster key introductions
Valerie Mathieu
Sr. Director
Economic Development
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vmathieu@czjtzjz.com
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713-844-3611
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